Top 4 Indian players with most centuries in World Test Championship
It is second edition of World Test Championship going on. First was started two years back and final was played between India and New Zealand. India performed great in the first edition and in second too they are doing great. Indian squad is full of classic test batsmen. In this article we will see top 4 Indian players with most centuries in World Test Championship.
#4 Virat Kohli
Indian test captain Virat Kohli has 2 centuries in first World Test Championship. And so far, zero in the second one. Virat’s performance in test cricket has declined compared in 2016 to 2019. He has not scored much centuries which you will expect from a great player. Although he has contributed with bat but he somewhere lacking in the centuries.
#3 Ajinkya Rahane
Indian Vice Captain in test format Ajinkya Rahane is at No.3 in our list. Rahane has 3 centuries in World Test Championships so far and all three came in first edition of WTC. Rahane is a strong middle order batsmen and contributed many a times with bat when team needed him the most. But recent performance of Rahane was not so good and he is suffering with his form.
#2 Mayank Agarwal
Mayank Agarwal is opener in Indian Test team. Before Rohit Sharma became an established test opener in tests. It was Mayank Agarwal who used to open and perform for the team. Mayank had a fantastic edition of first World Test Championship. His conversion rate was so good that every time he past the score of 50 he scores a ton. Mayank has 4 centuries in WTC so far.
#1 Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma is already an established opener in ODIs and T20Is for India. But in test cricket he used to bat at lower middle order. Due to which his records were not good in test cricket. But in the tenure of Ravi Shastri where he got the opportunity to open in test cricket too. He done that with perfection. We all know Rohit is a fantastic player and after becoming opener his game improved consistently. Rohit Sharma has 5 centuries in World Test Championship so far.